Page Six: 'Strahan, Sara and Keke' Reportedly Canceled by ABC
According to “Page Six,” ABC’s “Strahan, Sara and Keke” is getting the boot. The show went off the air in March 2020 and hasn’t been back since with another one taking its place.
“Strahan, Sara and Keke (SSK)” is a show that was hosted by Sara Haines, Michael Strahan, and Keke Palmer. According to multiple sources who spoke with the publication, the show will be replaced with “GMA 3: What You Need to Know.”
In March 2020, Strahan’s show was taken off the air and replaced with “Pandemic: What You Need to Know.” ABC’s new show was a daily report on the novel coronavirus disease.
SSK’S GOOD RATINGS
It was co-hosted by Dr. Jen Ashton, Amy Robach, and sometimes T.J. Holmes. A source explained how the daily report show ended up taking over stating:
“It was initially supposed to be a two-week experiment and the show did really well.”
“GMA 3” WILL TAKE OVER
It eventually changed to “GMA 3” to allow for it to include other topics. Four months ago, Catherine McKenzie started producing the program and on Thursday, ABC named her as the executive producer.
It’s unfortunate that the show has been canceled.
Another source shared their speculation about SSK noting: “'Strahan, Sara and Keke’ is put on hiatus and it doesn’t look like it’s going to come off.” The team that worked on it will now work on “GMA 3.”
PALMER JOINS THE SHOW
A year ago, SSK was only “Strahan and Sara” before Palmer joined the duo. Another insider shared how “unfortunate” it was that the show was being canceled.
DAYTIME EMMY NOMINATIONS
However, the source held some hope that the three stars would become a part of the new show as time goes. SSK was even nominated for three Daytime Emmy Awards during its run.
STRAHAN & HAINES’ OTHER SKILLS
Before Strahan became a morning talk show host, he played in the NFL as a defensive lineman for the Giants. Haines not only serves as a co-host but she’s also an actress.
KEKE’S ACTING CAREER
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